Ryan, Eamon

Wednesday, 1 February 2006

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 613 No. 44

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Leaders’ Questions.

It will be gridlocked.More Button

The Government’s lousy planning caused the mess.More Button

Do they all have to drive to work?More Button

Other Questions - National Car Test.

Does the Minister agree with the welcome comments made by Conor Faughnan with regard to the real concern that existed due to the comments from the National Safety Council about the incidence of accide...More Button

Other Questions - Transport Policy.

I will try to bring the Minister back from his worldwide vision where every project is ahead of schedule and the great road schemes of the world are laid before us.More Button

It is an improvement on the Punch and Judy show which we heard earlier.More Button

Transport 21 contains a €32 billion envelope. The Taoiseach clearly wishes to see an additional project introduced as, at a crucial time in planning, he is talking about the need for an outer orbital ...More Button

Where will the money for the outer orbital motorway come from?More Button

No, it is not.More Button

Will the figure of €32 billion pay for the outer orbital motorway?More Button

So it is not included in the plan.More Button

It is not included in it.More Button

Social Services Inspectorate: Motion (Resumed).

Amendment put.
No IndicatorVoted No More Button

Question put: “That the motion, as amended, be agreed to.”
No IndicatorVoted No More Button

Written Answers - Taxi Regulations.

Asked the minister: if he has satisfied himself with the level of availability of wheelchair accessible taxis within the main cities; and the proposed measures and timetable to increase such accessibility.More Button

Written Answers - Road Traffic Offences.

Asked the minister: the role his Department has with regard to the enforcement of the 31 new penalty points offences; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Written Answers - Offshore Exploration.

Asked the minister: the marine environmental monitoring protocols that are required to be implemented by oil exploration companies drilling in Irish waters.More Button

Written Answers - Fisheries Protection.

Asked the minister: the provision his Department is making for the recovery of deep sea gill nets which have recently been banned under European Union common fishery policy regulations.More Button

Asked the minister: the capability of Irish naval vessels to haul, inspect and store fishing nets from the open sea; and the provision the Navy has made for the recovery of deep sea gill nets which have recently been ban...More Button


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